Seat Map Airbus A321 (32B) v3 American Airlines

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Seat Map Airbus A321 (32B) v3 American Airlines
Seat Map Airbus A321 (32B) v3 American Airlines

Airplane Airbus A321 (32B) v3 American Airlines with 4 classes and 102 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.

Reviews

5/16/2019 Abdallah E, seat 12F

Media box under seat in front, reducing underseat storage/leg space

1/29/2019 SeatGuru User, seat 6D

Row 6 in American business class has shorter leg room than the other rows. There is reduced space in the foot well.

11/3/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 7A

I think this is the best seat in business class because (based on my flight) the meal service (which was rather slow) goes from the front to the back, so this seat gets served relatively soon; however it's also not right up against the sounds & lights from the gallery / lavatory. Flew from JFK->LAX. Even though it's a domestic f...

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6/2/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 9F

The lie flat seats are very comfortable in Business, but I had a not so great meal on this flight - beef, which was either over-cooked or a less than prime cut. The starter snack of mixed nuts was a bit stale/ lacking in flavor. Also the video setup/process is awkward. I wanted to watch a film at the start of the flight, but th...

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3/31/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 6F

You should note that all of the row 6 seats, especially C and D do not go as far back in terms of room as other business class seats.

1/29/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 2AAND2C

When we booked this flight (paying $1800 for Business/First seats, we were led to believe we would be in layflat seats but when we entered the plane there were only 12 first class seats that were so ordinary and cramped together, they were nowhere near as good as Premium economy on a 777.

12/1/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 14C

Basic economy has so little legroom that your your face is too close to the video screen in the seat back in front. Also, the front of this aircraft A321) was a good 10 degrees warmer than the back. When I asked the flight attendants (sitting in the back galley) if they could adjust it, they just looked at me blankly and said ...

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11/21/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 11D

Good legroom, terrible width, and an extremely uncomfortable seat overall. The width is actually quite shocking and the recline was completely insufficient. I found it more comfortable sitting upfront that using the recline. I'd recommend sitting in a different seat within Main Cabin Extra.

10/24/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 11F

11f (and a) are not bad seats! At minimum they are mixed. The only downside is the missing window but 11f has about 6' of unobstructed legroom and 11a has about 3'. I would consider these good seats and get them every time. The missing window is actually better for sleeping because it is less awkward to lean against.

10/12/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 13C

For a red-eye, the Main Cabin Extra seats are the only viable Economy option. The knee crunchers in row 17 and up are impossible seats for overnight sleeping. In row 13, at least, both the center and window seats have utility boxes that reduce legroom so stick to the aisle if you want a full, under-seat space for your legs.

9/17/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 12C

Terrible flight, actually excruciating. I've had two back surgeries, and can't sit up straight. I always book premium coach seats so I get more recline. But this flight had only about two inches of recline. And it seems to be impossible to find out the amount of recline in advance. After 45 years, it looks like no more Ameri...

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8/7/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 11D

This seat has fantstic legroom though there is a crew seat across that was occupied during takeoff and landing. However, 11D was several (at least 2 and maybe 3 inches narrower than 11E and 11F. Would not recommend sitting here if you have a choice. Very uncomfortable. Also, the entertainment monitor is easy to tip over and ...

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6/27/2017 Steve H, seat 10F

I dont believe this is a standard seat. I think width is reduced and right arm rest is lower than left. This is not a desirable seat.

4/9/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 3A

Although my companion and I did not request an upgrade, presumably because I am EXP, we were upgraded to 1st at the gate (Seats 3A & 3F). I usually fly J on AA's transcon routes, and the F seat and the IFE system felt exactly like those in J, with the exception that you have a lot more (not-so-usable) storage space in F. From ...

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3/30/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 4F

I fly a lot so Im frequently in First, This a/c in First, it absolutely the WORST. All seats in First are on an odd angle, No chance of relaxing on take off or landing to see out the window, its just not possible. Restricted Movement in General, Main cabin extra is must Nicer. I now avoid the 321 AT ALL COST!

2/6/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 3A

I've flown this plane multiple times in both first and business class. Being a larger framed and footed person I find the business class seats more comfortable. First class comes with many hard cabinet surfaces which restrict movement and comfort. I found it very hard to lay down and be comfortable.

1/30/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 4A

This is a great seat, tech is very nice, comfortable, and very roomy. Plane boards at the very front. I had "Dine & Rest" so only water bottle pre-flight but Grilled Lobster and Cheese sandwich meal was nice. Kitchen can be a little loud, but not too bad. Did LAX-JFK 9:00pm-5:30am. I was actually in the pod next to Heidi Klu...

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1/13/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 17A

Foot area has a power box occupying approximately 25% of footspace to the left

10/29/2016 SeatGuru User, seat 11B

As context, I fly only 50,000 - 70,000 miles each year, but it is usually 3-4 lax to lhr trips combined with some x-country flights (lax - jfk, lax to iad). For the international flights I always fly on the 777, which has a somewhat similar configuration to the A321. Although the actual seat in business class is similar in the ...

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10/29/2016 SeatGuru User, seat 8A

As context, I fly only 50,000 - 70,000 miles each year, but it is usually 3-4 lax to lhr trips combined with some x-country flights (lax - jfk, lax to iad). For the international flights I always fly on the 777, which has a somewhat similar configuration to the A321. Although the actual seat in business class is similar in the ...

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